ACROSS AFRICA AND SOUTHEAST ASIA
Represented by the Chairman or CEO of each member company, ASEACC is an exclusive platform for market efficient information sharing and networking.
An initiative led by the private sector, ASEACC would be the first of its kind to connect and develop high-level business relationships between Africa and South East Asia.
ASEACC’s primary objective is to connect our distinguished “by-invitation-only” membership with investment opportunities in the private sectors of both continents.
Launched in 2013, Africa Southeast Asia Chamber of Commerce (ASEACC) aims to foster high-level business relationships between companies in Africa and Southeast Asia.
Represented by the Chairman or CEO of each member company, it is a “by-invitation only” and exclusive platform for market efficient information sharing and networking amongst like-minded decision-makers from both continents.
Within ASEACC’s proprietary network, our aim is to originate and facilitate decisive commercial ventures and deals amongst members from both regions. To date, we have a total of 13 carefully selected members – 9 from Africa and 4 from Southeast Asia.
Interview Series Issue 3
Mr Paulo Gomes, ASEACC Advisory Board Chairman Paulo Gomes shares his vision for Africa-Asia relations.
Interview Series Issue 2
Modern research methods and empirical analysis. Insights from Dr Caroline Brassard, NUS Professor in LKYSPP
Interview Series Issue 1
Economic perspective on Francophone-Asia relations. Insights from Mr David Thornes, partner of Accuracy.
OIL AND GAS
2015 Africa – Asia Oil and Gas Special. A report by the Africa South East Asia Chamber of Commerce.
Business synergies are emerging between Southeast Asia and Africa, a powerful economic narrative that cannot be ignored.
Afro-Asian ties have come of age and grown in sophistication, moving to real partnerships based on shared commercial realities
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